Highlander’s potato pancake, kwaśnica (sauerkraut soup), krzonówkapoorawsku (soup with horseradish), bryndzovéhalušky (boiled potato dough served with sheep cheese) or maybe the popular oscypek (smoked sheep cheese) and bryndzapodhalańska (soft sheep’s milk cheese)? Try the local delicacies and experience the highlanders’ hospitality.
Getting off the route, you can visit atmospheric restaurants offering highlanders’ cuisine. Have a bite in KarczmaZadyma in Szaflary - one of the 30 restaurants on the culinary route “Tastes of Podhale”, the panoramic restaurant Bachledka or the Salaš u Franka in StaráĽubovňa.
Each region of the Route around the Tatras has its local traditional products which may constitute a great souvenir from your stay in the mountains or a small gift for your friends. In many places, especially in the cities, you can buy traditional oscypki and other kinds of cheese. Local delicacies can also be found on the Podhale Fair in NowyTarg or The European Folk Craft Festival in Kežmarok. In Nestville Park in Hniezdne, you can learn about the process of creating Slovakian whisky and chocolate. In Liptovar brewery in LiptovskýMikuláš, you can have a taste of the local beer or Demänovka - a herbal liqueur made from Tatra spring water and honey.
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